A central registry, which provides a bibliography of genealogical projects, both online and offline, in Canada. The registry is categorized by province/territory, then by record type: births, marriage, census, deaths, and other.
Original source: Wyatt Johnston. Les verdicts de la Cour du coroner du district de Montreal pour le premier semestre de 1893, au point de vue médicale. [Montreal?]: [s.n.], [1893?]. Ancestry.com has searchable indexes; database results and some digitized images are available with a fee-based subscription. Free articles and helpful research materials.
Search for names of shareholders in 1890. Includes residences and details of shares. Shareholders residences are Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia, Pennsylvania, New York, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Illinois.
Huntingdon County and the Seigniories of Chateauguay and Beauharnois. Resources include a growing database containing the detailed content of over 57,000 19th century birth, marriage and death records from the Protestant churches in the region; current and outdated maps and place-names; an index to our complete copy of Sellar's Notes of Conversations with First Settlers; some 100 descendant trees of 19th century settlers as detailed by your distant cousins; many other resources, and links to web-sites all focused upon this unusual Anglo-Quebec region in Southwestern Quebec.
Search for names of shareholders in 1890. Includes residences and details of shares. Shareholders residences are Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Scotland, New York and Vermont.